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phr. to give you; here is...; here you are
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How is 给你 (gěi nǐ) used in different situations?
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给你 (gěi nǐ) is used to give something to someone. It is often used when giving a gift or offering something to someone. For example, when someone offers you a drink, they might say "给你 (gěi nǐ)" to indicate that they are giving it to you.
It can also be used to indicate that something is for someone. For example, if someone is looking for a specific item, you might say "给你 (gěi nǐ)" to indicate that the item is for them.
Finally, it can be used to indicate that something is being given to someone. For example, if someone is receiving a gift, you might say "给你 (gěi nǐ)" to indicate that the gift is being given to them.
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